Even if you eat a kilogram of pure hormone, they will not pass into the body, into the blood. The liver reliably protects against this.
If you take, for example, bodybuilders who use hormones for muscle growth, then in order for the hormone to enter the body, various substances are added to it - tails, so that they do not so quickly destroyed by the liver.
They cannot just eat the hormone and grow, it will not work.
For example, simply testosterone or estradiol taken orally will instantly be destroyed in the liver. And even if you inject it into the blood, it is also very quickly neutralized by the liver.
Therefore, methyltestosterone and other testosterone derivatives are used orally. And for injections of testosterone propionate / enanthate / etc. But never pure testosterone. It just doesn't work orally
If even a cow is injected with hormones, and they really will be in those 200-300 grams of meat per day that you eat, nothing will remain after assimilation.
The human body itself produces hundreds of times more hormones than you can get from the outside with meat or milk. And even more so to learn.
Milk, like any animal product, does contain hormones. They are produced by the body of animals to regulate endogenous processes, they are found in muscle tissue, and in the liver and kidneys. However, first , the concentration of hormones in dairy products is insufficient to affect human health. Second, hormones are destroyed during pasteurization. Thirdly, they are almost completely broken down in the liver - during digestion.
If you are afraid that hormones may remain in milk after animal treatment, then there is nothing to fear. Milk from sick or treated cows is unusable and discarded. Only after treatment and the passage of the period of elimination of residual traces of drugs from the cow's body, the milk goes to the processing plant.
No, not true! Responsible producers are required to check the original milk for the presence of hormones. If milk does not meet the safety criteria, it is “rejected” and does not go into production. As for the question "Why is the inclusion of hormones dangerous?" - hormones are different and each hormone has its own effect on the body of both animals and humans! Each living organism produces a large number of different hormones in a certain amount, while an excess or deficiency of one or another hormone can lead to a deviation in health. I am not aware of any studies in which people consume milk with hormones.